What a Beautiful Name


I love to listen to worship music.  Stephen is a reader and a writer and I love to sing.  Although I love to sing it doesn’t actually mean that I can sing and if I am really honest I couldn’t carry a note in a bucket but that doesn’t stop me.  As part of the new changes to Fractured Faith Blog I want to share some of my favourite worship songs with you.

This song “What a Beautiful Name” is from Hillsong Australia and every time I listen to it I get goose bumps.  It sings about the name of Jesus and tells us how powerful the name of Jesus is.  No other name can break the power of darkness, no other name can save lives, no other name can heal illness or disease, no other name can break the chains of depression or addiction. Wow what other name can do that what a beautiful name indeed.

Thank you Jesus ♥️

Would love to know your thoughts.



Published by Fractured Faith Blog

We are Stephen and Fionnuala and this is our story. We live in Northern Ireland, have been married for 17 years and have three kids - Adam, Hannah and Rebecca. We hope that our story will inspire and encourage others. We have walked a rocky road yet here we are today, together and stronger than ever. We are far from perfect and our faith has been battered and bruised. But an untested faith is a pointless faith. Just as a fractured faith is better than none at all. We hope you enjoy the blog.

63 thoughts on “What a Beautiful Name

  1. Thank you for the beautiful recommendation! I’ve missed worship music and I noticed a little relief and relaxation which has been missing from my days. I think I will have to dust off a few of my favorite worship albums this evening.

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  2. this is really a beautiful song. I’m not a lyrics person (music is melodies for me) but I’m tempted to sing along too. 🙂 thanks for sharing, Fionnuala.

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  3. I love that song. Check out Out of Hiding by Stephanie Gretzinger and Death was Arrested by Northpoint Insideout. Two of my favorites the first heard at youth church and the second at Big Stuf the teenage church camp I attend every summer as the nurse for our church that brings 200 kids down. Peace

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  4. Music is critical to me. It moves me more than anything. Since I am from a different age I love some old hymns but also love some new. One of my favorite around Christmas is “Mary did you know” I especially love the version by the Pentatonics.

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  5. I also “get lost” or maybe more accurately can drain myself away in worship with music. what a Beautiful Name has blessed my soul as well as Oceans, by Hillsong Rising. A new favorite artist is Kari Jobe and her album The Garden. Worship music is an integral part of my devotion time.

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    1. Stephen loves Kari Jobe she came to Northern Ireland just before she had her baby and was amazing. I was going through a bad time then a very good friend of mine had just passed and I was quite annoyed with God that he didn’t heal her. I didn’t want to go to the concert but Stephen made me go so glad I did I had an experience with Holy Spirit that evening and chains were broken off me. Oceans is also one of my favourites too you might see it up here soon 😊


  6. One of my all time favorite Christian songs and band. This song truly reminds us how great our God is.
    I just started a blog and I’m beginning to share my faith through stories to help encourage others. I would really appreciate it if you would check it out!

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  7. I just posted a blog about this song, too. “The heavens are roaring. The praise of Your glory. For You are raised to life again…” Amen.

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